BenQ announces the X725 ultra thin digital camera
BenQ Europe and Asia announce the ultra thin X725 digital camera, inheriting the design of the , and featuring a stainless-steel body of only 12.5mm. The new X725 features a 3x optical zoom smc Pentax lens and incorporates an advanced S.S.F (Super Shake-Free) system which effectively helps to combat image blurs caused by shaky hands when taking photographs or videos. The BenQ X725 is available in four colors - back, red, pearl and silver, and is now available in all countries where BenQ digital cameras are marketed...
The X725 features 3x optical zoom, smc Pentax lens and award-winning design
BenQ today introduces the BenQ X725, successor to the award-winning BenQ X720, featuring 3x optical zoom in both static and video recording mode, smc Pentax (Super Multi-Coating) lens, 1/2.5 inch CCD image sensor and a bright 2.5 inch LCD display. The BenQ X725 inherits an identical design as the X720, featuring an elegant, waif-thin stainless-steel body at a mere 12.5mm.
The compact X725 is incorporated with an advanced S.S.F (Super Shake-Free) system which effectively helps to combat image blurs caused by shaky hands when taking photographs or videos. Furthermore, the camera supports high light sensitivity of up to ISO 1600 in static mode and up to ISO 4000 in recording mode of which helps to facilitate shooting when capturing fast-moving objects or taking photos in poor lighting conditions.
In addition, the sleek camera offers 29-scene modes for quick setting and adjustments as well as PictBridge function for direct photo printing via a compatible computer. The X725 is SD card compatible and arrives with 12MB of build-in memory with support of up to 4G or above of external memory.
The BenQ X725 is available in four colors - back, red, pearl and silver, and is now available worldwide.
Additional Information: Visit the BenQ Europe website
April 18, 2007